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    Lost Key

    I have a 1966 CB450 VIN 1011370 key number T9346. Any suggestions on how I would go about replacing my key? Thanks

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    Keys are easy. There are a couple of different people out on the web that sell replacement keys all you need to provide is the LOCK Number.
    But I see you already have that.

    Here is a link to one.

    Honda Keys.com Your source for NOS Honda Keys
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    This is sort of after the fact but the first thing I do when I bring a bike home is make an extra key and put it in my safe.
    Now if I can just remember for which bike, this is where trial and error begins.
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    Glad it was free, I would never buy anything like that.

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    I just had a spare made for my old CL from the guy on Ebay and it's great. Looks like just like the original

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    Here in the UK I got a key from Arun Locks https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Japanese-...4AAOSwZR9ajfl1

    I just gave them my key number and a couple of days later received a key that fits perfectly and is the exactly the same shape as the original.
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